Le Murier de Viels
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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So a new month and we get closer to Christmas but still the sun keeps shining. Its bloody lovely in France. Back to school at the start of the week and Ruby was a bit wobbly as expected but got over it soon enough. The rest of us have just about managed to get through the week unscathed although this has not been helped by me suffering from a terrible case of flu de monsieur. Yes it would appear that this is ...
... Since it is Halloween and we had nothing planned we decided to make some pumpkin pie and carve a couple of pumpkin lanterns. The girls dressed up in some self created Halloween costumes and we all helped out making pizzas and the pie for dinner with some monster music playing, Ghostbusters basically. Then after dinner we told a few scary stories (now I've got ya, now I'm going to eat ya) and sent the girls off to bed to hopefully sleep soundly and have sweet ...
... having grabbed a couple of crusty baguettes home made by the amazing Remy who rushed out to wave us goodbye as we drove off, some people just love what they do and he is certainly an example of this. The drive was on mostly country roads and it was spectacular as at the moment France is on fire. Since leaving the south which is quite dry and a bit more barren the area we were driving through today (Tarn et Garonne, The Lot and The Dordogne) are covered ...
Last day on this lovely site. Went for a last coffee in Labastide and filled up with diesel for the journey north.
Meal in the restaurant in the evening and once again it was lovely. Owners and all the staff are very friendly. Lovely way to end our stay here. Looking forward to coming back next year.
Great drive along an almost straight road to Figeac. We were warned to keep an eye out for speed traps as it is tempting to put your foot down.
The market is huge and very French. We have been to Sarlat market in the past on a Saturday and this is just as big but feels far less touristy. Big emphasis on local produce and not as much of the tourist tat you tend to get at Sarlat. Must admit we thought it was the ...